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     captioning sponsored by captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> lehrer: good evening. i'm jim lehrer. on the newshour this monday, the lead story: an economic snapshot as home sales rise. ray suarez examines the turnaround prospects. then, after the other news of the day, margaret warner has the latest on a terrorist group allegedly recruiting young somali-american men. judy woodruff has a "big picture" conversation about health care reform after saturday's senate vote. fred de sam lazaro reports on the economic boom in india, as
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     aptioning sponsored by aptioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer producons >> lehrer: good evening, i jim hrer. on the newshour this esday the lead ory: the coming cision on u.s. troops in afghanistan. magaret warner has our coverag then afterhe other news of the day, judy wodruff sets the contextor the president's announcement. lowell bergman of froline repos on how the military is tackling consumer debt >> i had sailors stands gat guard becae they were uble to deoy on the submarine because they had financial issueshat needed to be resolved. >> lehrer: ray suarez oks at the larst ever recall of children's cribs. and jeffrey brown profiles choreographer w connects art anlife. >>n stage. a room full of new yorkers, a thousand-us singing (snging). major funding fo the newshour with jim lehrer is pvided by: >> what the wor needs now is energy. thenergy to get the economy humming again the energy totackle challens like climate cnge. wht is tt energy came from an energy company? everyday, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ids-- eeking, teaching, builng. fueling owth around the world to move us all ahd. this the power of human energy. chevro
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     russia can help us fight isis, which by the way is number one, tricky. i mean, if you look, this administration created isis by leaving at the wrong time. the void was created.
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     but first, based on your comments here today, do you believe the hacking was justified? does russia have any leverage over you, financial or otherwise, and if not, will you release your tax returns to prove it? >> so i tweeted out that i have no dealings with russia. i have no deals in russia. i have no deals that could happen in russia, because we've stayed away. and i have no loans with russia. as a real estate developer i have very, very little debt. i have assets that are -- and now people have found out how big the company is, i have very low debt. but i have no loans with russia at all. and i thought that was important to put out. i certified that. so i have no deals. i have no loans. and i have no dealings. we could make deals in russia very easily if we wanted to. i just don't want to because i think that would be a conflict. so i have no loans, no dealings, and no current pending deals. now, i have to say one other thing. over the weekend, i was offered
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     be proud of what we put forth having to do with health care. obama care is a complete and total disaster. they can say what they want. they can guide you any way they want to guide you. in some cases they guide you incorrectly. in most cases you realize what's happened. it's imploding as we sit. some states have over 100%
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     back before the subcommittee and back before the subcommittee and the members of both sides of the aisle. any other comments you may have? >> mr. chairman and all members of the committee today is a special day obviously when the committee comes together we also have to recognize it as the commissioner's birthday today we can find unanimity. >> is there a hint of sarcasm? [laughter] >> that national priority as you indicated the next generation 911. the broadcasters wouldn't show up and participate and the credit goes to this committee, your leadership, the ranking member's leadership for foresight, vision and leadership in creating this first in the world option. broadcasters made available 126 megahertz, and what's significant is 99% of all the licenses that would be created are unimpaired licenses. we spent we spend a lot of timer worrying about impairment issues. it worked flawlessly and those are owed to the team that has been working literally for years to follow the instructions. now it's time to move forward.
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     depends on which magazine you depends on which magazine you read. >> no kidding. >> capricorn. >> i get to choose my own adventure. >> i'm going never going to remember this. just like this happened today. so, you're coming up, oh, it's going to be big. >> that does it for us today. happy birthday. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> right now, time for "squawk on the street." >>> good monday morning on this first full trading week of 2014. jim cramer, david faber at the new york stock exchange. futures are higher on this very cold and big week for news. a possible janet yellin confirmation, fed minutes later in the week. ten-year yield still in that range. still some auctions of ten, threes and 30s and asian markets started their year with some losses, but some encouraging pmis in europe, especially in spain. our map begins with twitter. being slapped with a big downgrade. >> sirius xm moving the other way. liberty offering to make the service a wholly owned s subsidia subsidiary. >> apple reportedly snapping up snappy labs. apple is close to breaking below its 50-day moving average. >> and to buy jose banks, 57.50 a share. >> twitter downgrade. by morgan stanley to underweight from equal. citing growinging competition from facebook and google. the call comes two months to the day that twitter priceded its ipo at $26 a share right here. the stock is now at 140%.
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     triple the val sglu sheila bair said something very similar, better for returns. >> michelle, thank you for being here. >> pleasure. >> thank you for being here. make sure you join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good morning and welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee along with carl quintanilla, david lee. we'll have s&p's david blitzer to take us through the numbers in a few minutes. let's get you caught up on where futures stand the day after a big selloff. dow jones looking to add, as for europe a disappointing auction, rising borrowing costs, spain and italy, but red arrows across the board. >> roadmap starts with the market selloff. dow is down three out of four days. s&p flirting with going negative for the month. meantime the borrowing cost in spain spain have doubled, even tripled as euro leaders get gear up for the summit. >>> goldman getting more bullish on jpmorgan, cutting morgan stanley down to a neutral, jpm shares are trading higher pre market. >>> news corp. may be splitting into two. could this free the company to make a run at bskyb. >>> facebook names coo cheryl sanberg to its board amid complaints that the board lax diversity. this comes just a day before they say underwriter firms are free to initiative coverage. meantime stocks in general will try to bounce back from yesterday's 138-point selloff which left three major indices with slight gains for june. european debt crisis on the back
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     arrested in south carolina. she's charged with dressing up as a nurse and stealing a baby girl out of a hospital in 1998. after thousands of tips and years of investigation, authorities this week located kamiyah mobley, now an 18-year-old woman in south carolina. her birth mother you see here had setland a lawsuit against the hospital and now has three other children. police say the mother is excited by the news. no word yet on when the two might be reunited. >>> san mateo native and grad tom brady is super bowl bound. whether his team makes it to the big game or not. abc news t.j. holmes explains. >> just three weeks to go until game day and our first look at a super bowl commercial. >> literally anything. >> tom brady stars in this ad for intel, showing off the 360 degrees replay technology. >> wait until you see it in the
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     same old stuff just paid same old stuff just paid differently. >> thank you so much for coming in. been great having you here. that does it for us today. be sure to join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> live and cooking from the financial capital of the world, this is "squawk on the street." good morning, everybody. i'm mark haines. >> i'm melissa lee in today for erin burnett who is on assignment. check out the futures. we are looking at a higher open, the dow-jones futures about 47 points above fair value. the nasdaq about 8 points above fair value. looking like a good day so far. u.s. trade deficit narrowing unexpectedly falling as a rise in exports was slightly higher than the increase in imports for the month of october. meantime weekly jobless claims rising slightly more than expected, pushed up by layoffs in seasonal industries after falling for five straight weeks. we've got some dollar weakness on the back of that report. >> but a citigroup deal to pay back t.a.r.p. is close. our senior economics reporter steve liesman reporting. negotiations are proceeding well and that a deal could happen soon. wednesday cnbc broke the news that citigroup wants to raise $20 billion in an equity offering as part of the plan to pay back t.a.r.p. and stevie will have more in a moment. >>> in just about an hour from now, treasury secretary timothy geithner will testify before the congressional oversight panel on his t.a.r.p. extension and what to do with the leftover money. we'll bring his statements to you live and monitor the q & a as well. >> just a little while ago, president obama accepted his nobel peace prize, acknowledging the controversy the decision has generated and saying there is much more to be done in the pursuit of peace. >> all right. let's hit the markets. we kick it off with bob pisani here at the big board. good morning, bob. >> good morning, melissa. so, dubai, greece, spain, not a problem anymore.
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     teisha lewis is live in northeast baltimore with more. >>reporter: tony and shawn, this is just a really hard story to report. mainly because the youngest victim is nine months old. let that sing in. there's no official word yet on the cause, but it appears that a space heater could be to blame for what you're taking a look at right now. we've all seen a space heater, but that's what makes this so tragic, is that it could be to blame for this aftermath and also the young lives lost. the more we hear about what happened here, the more our hearts&break and we're not alone. we spoke with shannon row mel who lives by. i fell so bad forh the fire destroyed the malone house. katie malone remains in the hospital along with her two young boys who survived. all are in critical condition, but malone lost six children in this fire, including two boys, nine months and two years old.
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     britain, greece and turkey, negotiators are discussing security issues pivotal to a unity deal. the two sides still have a way to go but he says progress is being made. the island has been split since 1974. let's go to our correspondent on the story for us in geneva. good evening to you. the talks are going on. they are behind closed doors. what do we know? >> not that much other than the greek foreign minister through his diplomatic hissy fit. through a -- threw a diplomatic hissy fit. he didn't see things moving ahead in that they had a later date.
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     and western fringes of both england and wales and there you see what i mean about the temperatures really struggling and when you add in the strength of the wind across eastern parts, it will feel really raw. once we get the sun down and we get into saturday morning, ice again could be a significant issue. but for the most part saturday is a decent sort of day. yes, still further showers to be had in northern and western parts of the country but many central and eastern areas, yes, you still have the wind to contend with and a sprinkling of wintry showers in some exposed eastern parts but it will be a decent day. so i don't have too many issues with the premier league football matches. it's the lower leagues that may have an issue with frosted pitches. i'm sure many a clerk of the course with the race meetings will be keeping a close eye on the conditions indeed. saturday perhaps the last of the really cold air dominating. the isobars beginning to crank back as we bring in somewhat milder conditions from the atlantic, but it does mean we import more cloud and there will be enough about the cloud for there to be
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     chancellor angelica americale l chancellor angelica americale l is -- angela merkel is going to shift from mother teresa to shakira. >> well, that is an image for all of us to think about today. >> she is going to help germany. >> and thank you for being here, and maure s tomorrow. you will be here tomorrow. "squawk on the street" is next. ♪ it is not about the money ♪ money money money ♪ we don't need your money ♪ we just want to make the world dance ♪ >>> welcome to tuesday morning "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer as david faber has the day off. after the fourth straight day loss on the dow something we have not seen since last christmas and things are getting better working through the retail earnings. home depot is not affected by the rising 10-year yield, and we will talk more about that in a moment. another tough overnight session for global losses in tokyo and india. the road map begins with the retailers rallying -- best buy, home depot, urban, and they all beat handily expectations, but slightly different than penny. missing expectations, but trading up as the investors conclude that it could have been worse and appears to be better for eli musk and tesla. after the retailer posts better than stronger earnings and mobile phones and appliances were the strong components of the quarter while gaming is weak. this stock is at a 2 1/2-year high today, jim. it is up 2x for the year and a lot of discussion about huber joe l jolie, and if they have found the answer to amazon. >> well, that is very good and the gaming is the going to be good in the fourth quarter and
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     the phone with sources related to the dell deal, and they believe it is closer than reuters is suggesting, and they are working dill yeigently on t dell side to get out the vote, because a no-vote and somebody who does not vote is effectively a no-vote, but if they don't get it the whole thing could be pushed off. and thank you for being here. >> i don't believe i wished you a happy birthday. >> and your last word. word up. >> all right. make sure you join us tomorrow, squawk is next on the street. >>> yeah, showdown in round rock. it is decision day for dell. shareholders are gathering at the company's headquarters and scheduled to vote on michael dell's plan to take the company private. david faber at the new york stock exchange, and i'm carl quintanilla. and david says it is too close the call as they say in po politics, but a slew of inventor ris from verizon, and morgan stanley and ebay and a slew of others, but at this stage, david, what do we know? >> well, the votes are crazy and as i tweeted even crazier than usual is what people are telling me, carl. so i think that i'm loathe to conclude one thing or another in terms of who has changed their vote. we have seen reports out there, and yes, i had the information a while ago, but things can change back. in is not the typical go to the polling booth and vote. you can, if you are black rock say you are voting against and pull the vote and then say you are voting for and they can keep the polls open by the way for as long as they want if they get the special committee, if they get the outcome they are looking for, then they can close them, and that outcome being the vote in favor. now, my sense from having spoken to people around the situation today, this morning and of course for the last nine months is that they are still trailing, and that would be the dell camp, in terms of getting enough yes votes for the approval, and remember, it has to be of those that you have to vote in favor, and michael dell cannot vote his shares.
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     >>> still ahead, will it work? we're going to take a closer look at the reasons why "american idol" picked ellen degeneres to replace paula abdul as the fourth judge. >> because she's funny and she's keable and she's smart. among many others.
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     who didn't vote on election day because she was recovering from a heart attack. and we're glad you're here, too. >> thank you. >> one point that i just want to make is that obviously, and this fits in with what you were saying about refundable tax credits but also what you're about to be asked which is the white house says there are 8 million americans with health insurance because of the medicaid expansion. medicate was expanded in states that acre cemented that money. are there a lot of people lower income who wonder what is going to happen whether they are on medicaid or not, please? >> where are you from again? >> fort pierce, florida. >> florida. >> you want to give tax credits instead of insuring people. what if a person is -- >> can i get you right there. it's tax credits to buy insurance. >> okay. >> what if a person makes so little that they don't have to pay taxes? will they still have access to the federal -- >> yeah, that's what i'm trying to say here in this last question. so a tax credit, the way we described it when we say refundable, you get it no matter you pay taxes or not.
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     >> paul:all street toastthe >> paul:all street toastthe rket comeback of 2009. the dow, nasq and s&p 500 all ma remarkable runs after hitting fresh lows in mah. susie: talk about remarkabl runs-- my co-ahor paul kangas bids farewell to "nightly busine report" after 30 years of briing you the best of good buys. we'll toast e man who's been call "the walter cronkite of business news." >> paul: i'm paul kangas. >> susie: and i'susie gharib. this is "nightly busess report" fothursday, december 31-- new year's eve. "nightly business port" is madpossible by: this program is made possibl by contributns to your pbs station from viewers like yo thank you. captioning sponsoredy wpbt >> susie: goodvening and happy new ar, everyone. when t closing bell rang here athe new york stock exchange this afternoon, e champagne
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     majority of americans, senator inhofe he used a snowball to debunk littleberal science. >> we've been hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record. do you know what this is? it's a snowball just from outside here, so it's very very cold out. mr. president, catch this. >> anna holmes is back. joining us now is seton smith and former governor of vermont, howard dean. james inhofe is packing snowballs on capitol hill to debunk liberal science. your reaction? >> i don't think people take chairman inhofe seriously anymore and that's i guess my reaction. >> if he's the chair of his senate committee tasked with
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     give you last word. give you last word. >> anti-war candidate he criticized iraq and afghanistan war. he was reluctant to get into another war. >> he won the nobel peace prize for all of his efforts. >> thank you for joining us. thanks for watching. hard ball starts right now, chris matthews. >>> the coming of trump. let's play hard ball. >>> back in washington the start of a busy month. in 18 days donald trump will be sworn in like it or not as the 45th president of the united states. today president obama returned from vacation in hawaii with the goal of trying to protect his legacy which is an endangered political spe sees. address last week interest chicago. president-elect trump returned from his vacation. he tweeted. 2,762 this past year. he criticized what he called media outlets for suggesting he himself thought he was going to lose the election. we'll talk to newly appointed kellyanne conway. what is donald trump know that we don't what does donald trump know that president obama and the u.s. intelligence community
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     captioning sponsored by wpbt captioning sponsored by wpbt >> paul: its d-day for big bailed out banks and automakers. the day their executive compensation plans were due in washington. now pay czar ken feinberg must balance what's fair to firms and to shareholders. we talk with an executive pay expert about what's at stake. >> suzanne: with earnings season winding down, we look at a growing divide in corporate results, earnings spurred by growth, and those from cost cuts. >> paul: ford motor's boosting production as cash for clunkers clears showrooms of new cars and trucks. now the administration says clunker vouchers will be good for future purchases. >> you have to be really smart about how you use your money nowadays, so coming here, it's a better way to save money. >> suzanne: that's jennifer, and value is why she and millions of other freshman are staying close to home for college this fall. >> paul: i'm paul kangas. >> suzanne: and i'm suzanne pratt. susie gharib is off tonight. this is "nightly business report" for thursday, august 13. "nightly business report" is made possible by:
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     captioning sponsored by wpbt captioning sponsored by wpbt >> paul: consumer spending ticks up, but there's a catch, much of the gain came from cash for clunkers sales. so will americans still spend when aid from uncle sam disappears. we get some answers. >> susie: intel says consumer demand is picking up as more and more people buy laptop computers. the computer chipmaker says it expects to post stronger sales in the third quarter. >> paul: tonight's market monitor guest is a long-term bull, but he thinks profit taking might be wise right about now. he's john dorfman, chairman of thunderstorm capital. >> susie: then, rooms full of people busy drawing the latest in animated films. but it's not hollywood, it's india. we look at the latest outsourcing trend that's turning into a blockbuster hit for bollywood. >> paul: i'm paul kangas >> susie: and i'm susie gharib. this is nightly business report for friday, august 28. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. t 7//&
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     they decided they better go away. we can see that because this is an old version of their website from before they took it down and tried to disappear it from memory. and these screen shots of their old website were taken by the way back machine. by the internet archive, which is a nonprofit based in san francisco that's been around since 1996. the way back machine. it is a national treasure. it's an international treasure. we've used it hundreds, probably thousands of times in the preparation of this show. any time somebody tries to make something go away, that's the first place you look to see if you can find it, despite the efforts of the person that tried to disappear that information. it's always the first place you go. just take stuff in current news right now, i can give you a whole bunch of stories that we've got cooking right now, stuff that's going on in the current news cycle that we really only know about because of the way back machine. that's how we know, for example, that when the vice president-elect first ran for congress he ran on a platform that the government should take back all the money it was spending to combat hiv and aids and the government should instead spend that money on curing people from being gay. quote, resources should be
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     to promote his family business interests. now, they have since taken this down, but the very first thing they built online after the election, the very first thing they built online for president-elect trump was this meet the president-elect webpage on the transition website that was provided to the trump folks by the federal government. it's a dot-gov website, something you and i pay for. what they put up was an exhaustive list of all of the, quote, world's top properties that donald trump owns including the world renowned fifth avenue skyscraper trump tower, plus trump park, trump tower, on and on. wait, act now and we'll send you some knives. in addition to properties that occupy the manhattan skyline, mr. trump also owns many of the premier golf clubs around the world, trump national golf club in westchester new york, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. that advertisement for trump
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     bing bing star shooting everybody. so the press has to be responsible. they're not being responsible because we are losing a lot of people because of the internet. we have to do something. we have to go see bill gates and a lot of different people that really understand what is happening. we have to talk to them, maybe in certain areas, closing the internet up in some way. some of you will say, "freedom of speech, freedom of speech." these are foolish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have got to maybe do something with the internet because they are recruiting
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     it almost looks like he has buyer's remorse. like he shouldn't have made the deal. >> you made a lot of headlines with russia this week. what is your relationship with vladimir putin? >> i have no relationship with putin. i have no relationship with putin. >> but if you have no relationship with putin, why did you say in 2013, i do have a relationship? in 2014, i spoke -- >> because he's said nice things about me over the years. many years ago, he said something very nice about me. i said something good about him when larry king was on. this was a long time ago. and i said, he is a tough cookie or something to that effect. he said something nice about me. this has been going on. we did "60 minutes" together. by the way, not together together. meaning he was probably shot in moscow. >> he was in moscow. >> i was in new york. >> here's the thing. >> just so you understand. he said very nice things about me. but i have no relationship with him. >> yet you said for three years, '13, '14, and '15, you did have a relationship with him. >> what do you call a relationship? >> i'm asking you. >> i have no relationship with putin. i don't think i ever met him. i never met him. >> you would know it if you did. >> i think so. if he's in the same room, i don't think so. i've been to moscow. >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i didn't meet him in moscow. where? >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i have never spoken to him on the phone, no. i've spoken -- when we had the miss universe contest a number of years ago. we had miss universe in the moscow area. he was invited. he wanted to come. he wasn't able to come. that would have been a time i would have met him. >> i just want to clear this up. you did say on three different occasions that you had a relationship with him. now you say there is not. >> i don't know what it means by having a relationship. he was saying good things about me. i didn't meet him. i haven't spent time with him. i didn't have dinner with him. i didn't go hiking with him. i don't know him --
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     >> yes. >> that would be helpful. >> we have a very fun and eclectic mix. do we want to start revealing who we have? we want to see more of the stars? everybody ready to see? >> yeah. >> let's see who is in our giant mirror ball. it is 16-year-old gold medalist laurie hernandez. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> great to have you with us. >> laurie, congratulations. >> thank you. >> congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. that was some -- i thought they were going to keep you going all the way around. another olympian right here. you guys have had some great success, not only in the olympics but also on "dancing with the stars." laurie, how do you feel? >> this is amazing. i mean i'm so excited to start dancing. >> and you are a dancer behind
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     with a bill that would basically take our cop on the block, the s.e.c., and literally obliterate it. >> putting that on the record because i can now tell you that that is what actually happened in real life on the floor of the house today. stock? maxine waters, california democrat giving this speech saying if you get rid of this oversight the trump administration can come in here and instead of acting in america's interest they can act in wall street's interest. they can act in russia's interest. i'm amazed that the republicans would do this. we now know that is what she was saying on the floor of the house. that's what you would have seen if you were there live. but you weren't there live, were you? >> no, if you were watching it at all, you were watching it on c-span and on c-span this is how it went. >> at this time with the bill that would basically take our cop on the block, the s.e.c. and literally obliterate it -- >> again, do not adjust your tv set, this did not go wrong just now. i'm showing you what happened on the c-span feed. i'm showing you what you would have seen if you had been watching the house today on